MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Apple Retailer in Uptown is the newest store to name it quits within the south Minneapolis buying middle that’s been hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Star Tribune reported that the shop’s 60 workers realized Wednesday that the Hennepin Avenue location was closing for good. The shop has been closed since March, when the state’s lockdown went into impact.
In a press release, Apple reportedly stated that it was already in discussions to shut the shop earlier than the pandemic started.
Different eating places and shops to go away the world in latest months embody Fig & Faro, MAC Cosmetics, and Sushi Tango.
Earlier this week, the homeowners of the buying middle previously often known as Calhoun Sq. say they plan to re-brand and rebuild it as Seven Points. Their imaginative and prescient for the house will embody an out of doors plaza, a market, and mixed-use workplace and residential house.